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What a great destination to just lay on the beach. Nice beaches all around the island and the only way to describe the water around Barbados is - warm, melted butter. If you've been swimming or snorkeling there, you know exactly what I mean. Don't miss the Oistens Fish Market on Friday nights - local food and music without the tourists! **photos to follow**
This is going to be a work in process and as it 2006 when we went and I didn't join TravelPod until 2008. I do have all the photos downloaded and tagged. And there are stories that need to go in here. Staying at the Barbados Hilton, this holiday became a honeymoon missed due to medical reasons two years earlier.... and what a honeymoon place it is …
... which bus we needed to catch, so that was our plan for the afternoon.
We went out to catch the bus from the hotel and had just missed it. Having to wait for approx another ½ hour, we (or should I say I) decided it would be easier to take a taxi over to Lisa’s hotel. Not such a wise idea – bus = $2 Barbados Dollars each, taxi = $30 BD.....mmmmmm. Anyway we got there and Lisa needed to get some ...
... near the coast because of the phalanx of buildings. Turning up the hill, we passed the Sandy Cove golf club, where Tiger Woods got married. As well as many more large homes.
As we crossed over the island, we changed from the homes of ex-pats and wealthy transients to the homes of locals. The west side of the island is mostly coral, and supports construction well. The east side of the island is sandier, much more susceptible to landslides. Locals plant ...
... screetching cries from a fallen comrade whose gear had malfunctioned, so I was feeling pretty confident when my turn came. At first the butterflies in my stomach started fluttering. I was finally going to do this thing and I was both excited and nervous. But when the time came to squat and zip, I was ready. I flew across that cable as if I had done it a dozen times before. It was amazing!!
At each of the platforms Richard provided a bit of eco info about the ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hilton Barbados Resort Saint Michael
Stayed at the wonderful Hilton Barbados for our honeymoon in early July.
My wife and I just returned from a wonderful week at the brand new Hilton. The lady that wrote the August 19th review did an excellent job in detailing the layout of the hotel. We used Hilton Honor points to pay for our room so I am not sure of the daily/weekly rate. We did have access to the executive lounge which provides free wireless access, daily breakfast, free cocktails at 6pm and snacks and soft drinks throughout the day (you can't take anything out of the lounge). We were disappointed at the overall design of the hotel. It didin't seem to fit into the caribbean atmosphere. The hotel is also land locked and is on a tiny plot of land. When the hotel is full (350 rooms) then I think that the pool and beach area will seem crowded. Very nice pool and beach area. I think this hotel is geared more to traveling business people and families than for Honeymooners. All the employees we talked with were great and the service was excellent.
My wife and I spent a week here and and had a wonderful time. The have two pools, beach, exercise room, room service, restaurant, Yoga classes, pool restaurant and bar, Excellent Security, Room safe, Jewelry Store, really cool lounge area and friendly employees. I am one picky guy and the place meets my standards. It's as clean as the Hiltons in the USA.
My Best Vacation
My husband and I just got back from Barbados. We stayed at the Hilton in Christ Church. Everything about the hotel is wonderful. The views from our room can only be described as breathetaking. The beaches around the hotel was clean, the sand white, the water warm. The staff from the front desk to the two on site resturant were all wonderfully nice, friendly and helpful. This was my birthday trip and it was the greatest. The Hilton is the place to be.
I just returned from a 7-day stay at the new Hilton Barbados Resort. Let me preface this by saying that I've been to at least 12 other Caribbean destinations, so I am somewhat of a seasoned traveler.
I stayed with my family (2 kids age 7 and 3) recently at the brand new Hilton Barbados and is has been the most wonderful experience right from Check/In through to the day we had to leave.
I have to concur with the other excellent reviews on this brand new hotel!
We got very, very lucky...and the Hilton Barbados was a large part of that luck. We were supposed to have flown to Curacao, but our vacation was cancelled due to a hurricane that blew threw our connecting point in Jamaica. With less than two days' notice, we regrouped and our family (husband, wife and two teenage daughters) decided to go to Barbados, after finding a great bargain on Priceline.
From the moment we arrived until the moment we forced ourselves to check out, we enjoyed first-rate service, wonderful accommodations and an amazing view!
My fiancee and I married at the Hilton Barbados and were ecstatic at the service and the beauty of this resort. The hotel is situated right next to the beach, so you can literally walk out of the hotel, pass the pool, and lay right on the beach. June is considered 'off-season' but it only rained once per day for about 10 minutes, and then immediately the sun would come out. We were upgraded to suites and the rooms were huge. The staff is so friendly and accommodating, especially the pool bar staff. The locals love tourists and are happy to talk and hang out with you. The food is good as well and the 24 hour room service is delicious. With the wedding, we didn't have much time for sight seeing, but plan to head back next year. Check out the Calabaza Restaurant (only about 10 minutes away) for an excellent meal and a gorgeous setting.